If you’ve decided that you no longer want to use a passcode to unlock apple watch you can disable it entirely. Here’s how!
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Open settings app on your iPhone
Open the Settings app on your iPhone, then tap “Passcode.” If you have an iPhone with Touch ID, you’ll see a Touch ID setting here that you can toggle off.
Enter your passcode to confirm. From now on, you’ll only need to enter your passcode when you put on or restart apple watch
If you’ve decided that you no longer want to use a passcode to unlock apple watch you can disable the feature entirely. Just keep in mind that without a passcode, anyone who has your Watch will be able to access all of its data.
To disable the passcode, open the watch app on your iPhone and tap “Passcode.” You’ll be asked to enter your current passcode to proceed.
Once you’re in the Passcode settings, simply toggle the “Passcode” switch to the Off position. You’ll see a warning that disabling the passcode will allow anyone to access your Watch, but tap “Turn Off” if you’re sure that’s what you want.
Tap “Turn Passcode Off”
When you’re ready to turn off your passcode, open the Settings app on apple watch then tap “Passcode.” Tap “Turn Passcode Off,” then enter your passcode when prompted.
Enter your passcode
If you enter your passcode incorrectly too many times, apple watch will be disabled. To re-enable it, you’ll need to enter your passcode. If you don’t know your passcode, you’ll need to reset it.
Tap “Turn Off”
If you’ve decided that you no longer want to use a passcode to unlock your Apple Watch, you can easily turn it off. Here’s how:
1. Open the Settings app on your Apple Watch.
2. Tap “Passcode.”
3. Tap “Turn Off.”
4. Enter your passcode to confirm.
Once you turn off your passcode, your Apple Watch will remain unlocked until you lock it again manually or restart it. Keep in mind that anyone will be able to access your Apple Watch if it’s not locked, so only do this if you’re comfortable with that level of security.